Despite a report to the contrary, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are not separating.
"Although we are reluctant to respond to these types of press reports, the rumors circulating about our relationship are completely false," Smith's publicist said in a statement. "We are still together, and our marriage is intact."
The statement came shortly after Smith's 18-year-old son, Trey, took to Twitter to affirm the couple is still together.
"Will and Jada getting a DIVORCE ..NOT TRUE AT ALL !!," Trey Smith wrote on Twitter today. He also tweeted, "No they did NOT split ! False information" and urged his more than 5,000 followers to pass on the message.
The statements came after In Touch Weekly's report this morning that Will and Jada Pinkett Smith were separating after 13 years of marriage. Multiple media outlets reported on the report, and "Will and Jada" quickly became a trending topic on Twitter. Rumors also circulated that Pinkett Smith was hooking up with her "HawthoRNe" co-star, Marc Anthony, who recently separated from Jennifer Lopez.
"All the rumors regarding Marc Anthony and Jada are false. Completely untrue," Pinkett Smith's publicist, Karynne Tencer, told People magazine. "As for [the reports of a split between] Will and Jada, I'm not commenting on their personal life."
Smith and Pinkett Smith married in 1997. They have two children together, Jaden, 13, and Willow, 10. Pinkett Smith is also a stepmother to Trey Smith, Smith's son from a previous marriage.
Seemingly one of Hollywood's most stable couples, the Pinkett Smiths appeared to be as in love as ever of late. They were photographed on vacation in Hawaii last month, and a few weeks ago they opened up their never-before-photographed Southern California home to Architectural Digest.
Smith told the magazine that the circular floor plan of the nine-bedroom, 25,000-square-foot home mimics "an infinite cycle that represented what Jada and I hoped for our love."
Pinkett Smith added, "For Will and me this home was always a spiritual endeavor. We're very earthy, organic people. We wanted to create a family retreat, something made by hand and as natural as possible, something that ties back to the land."